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Billing document does not exit

Hi Experts,

We have created Billing document for sale order and released it to accounting. The accounting document gets generated. But now we could not see the billing document in VF03 or VF07 even though the accounting entries are still live and we could see through FB03.

Kindly help.

Thanks and Regards,

G.Sethuraman

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9 Answers

  • Sep 13, 2013 at 09:28 AM

    Hi Sethuraman,

    appearantly after the accounting document had been created, an error occurred, which prevented the creation of the invoice.

    The first thing to check would be the creation date and time of the accounting document. You get this information in FB03 in the header (click on the "hat" button), fields BKPF-CPUDT and BKPF-CPUTM.

    Then check in transaction SM13 for update termination errors during the time of creation of the accounting document. Possibly there is a reference to a runtime error there, which then can be checked in transaction ST22.

    If no update termination or dump can be found, the invoice creation could have been prevented by an own error message in the user-exits of include RV60AFZZ. If this is the case, the coding will have to be reviewed and the error message removed.

    Best regards,

    Tobias

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  • Sep 13, 2013 at 05:55 AM

    Hi,

    Did you try to check from the document flow of sales order/from FB03->navigate to original document?

    Just check back end tables too (VBRK, VBRP). I don't see any scenario where billing document can disappear after accounting doc is created.

    Thanks,

    Vinod.

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  • Sep 13, 2013 at 06:21 AM

    Dear Senthuraman,

    It seems purely technical issue and following can be the issue,

    1) Updation error (Please check your current number range in VN01) and then get it checked with basis guy about cause of Updation error by analyzing dump in ST22.

    2) Issue with wrong client against said documents.

    Regards,

    Ajit K Singh

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  • Sep 13, 2013 at 07:12 AM

    Hi,

    This is may be Authorization issue check it with your Basis person

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    Sep 13, 2013 at 09:18 AM

    Hi

    What is the status of sales order. It is open or completed.

    Please try to create billing once again and see if there is any information message regarding accounting document

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    Sep 13, 2013 at 10:50 AM

    Hello

    Can you check with Number range expire or not.. it could be reason..

    Or

    You can check all standard table like vbrk, vbrp, vbfa,

    Or

    You can check the status of the delivery/Sales Order

    Regards,

    Sohan

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    • Former Member Tobias Reiner Dolgener

      Hi,

      I totally agree with Tobias. We had the same error in my previous client where FI related documents were getting updated by SD documents were not getting updated in certain cases.

      We have raised this issue with SAP as well and after analysis by SAP it was concluded that there was an issue in the way coding was made in one of the billing user exits where a roll back was written after updating FI documents in case of network issues. Hence what happened is that in case of any network issues, the FI documents are already created and SD documents are not created due to roll back. I would suggest you get the code reviewed by an ABAPer once again.

      I believe this would be of help to you.

      Regards,

      Rohan Gudavalli

  • Sep 16, 2013 at 06:31 AM

    Hi,

    Are you able to see the Document Flow with Accounting Document

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  • Sep 16, 2013 at 08:20 PM

    Hi

    The accounting document is not held in the document flow table. When you call the document flow from VF03 or VF02 the system uses function module FI_DOCUMENT_READ to search for the accounting document. It reads BKPF using the company code, year and logical system as the search string. If it truely does exist in the BKPF table check the key being used to read it.

    Normally in table T000 the logsys entry is present in VBRK and is the same in BKPF

    From VF03 check at this point below.

    function FI_DOCUMENT_READ

    ...

    IF ( NOT I_AWSYS IS INITIAL ) AND
    ( NOT I_AWSYS EQ T000-LOGSYS ) .
    IF I_AWORG NE '* '. "note 491939
    SELECT * FROM BKPF INTO TABLE LT_BKPF
    WHERE AWTYP EQ I_AWTYP
    AND AWKEY EQ LD_AWKEY
    AND AWSYS EQ I_AWSYS.
    ELSE. "note 491939
    SELECT * FROM BKPF INTO TABLE LT_BKPF "note 491939
    WHERE AWTYP EQ I_AWTYP "note 491939
    AND AWKEY LIKE LD_AWKEY "note 491939
    AND AWSYS EQ I_AWSYS. "note 491939

    Seems that the logical system differs in your case so your accounting document is not found as a result ?

    Kind regards

    Brian

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    Feb 20, 2014 at 10:29 AM

    Hi

    Please check the below Note if it could help.

    1472346 - Accounting document not visible in VF03

    Thanks

    Atul Gandhi

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